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This week in Parliament Kerry has called a meeting with charitable fundraising regulators, and will also be meeting with the charities minister, to discuss what can be done to ensure that people are not unduly pressured into making charitable donations, particularly the elderly and vulnerable. Kerry will also be taking part in votes on the EU Referendum Bill, and supporting Labour's amendment to allow 16 and 17 year olds to take part in that vote.
On Wednesday it is the Big Climate Summer rally, and Kerry will be meeting campaigners and taking part in various policy discussions. She will also be attending a Friends of the Earth event on bees and pesticides. As well as taking part in debates and questions in the main Chamber, Kerry will also be speaking in Westminster Hall debates on Tibet and Bangladesh in her role as shallow foreign affairs minister.
Back in Bristol Kerry has a number of engagements, including visiting Bristol Metropolitan Academy for its "Big Picnic" and attending a meeting with Claire Moody MEP to discuss the EU Referendum campaign and other matters.